New-built villa situated on a hill with seaview, about 500 metres from the coast. It lies South of Rome, in Anzio; it has a surface of 250 sqm on a plot of 1440 sqm.
The garden of 900 sqm is divided by three alleys and a court on the back of the house. On the front of the villa there is a veranda of 50 sqm, two palm trees that are 10 metres high and two splendid magnolias. On the right side there are citrus trees, while on the back there is an outdoor kitchen with barbecue and oven, adjacent to the other villas immersed in the Mediterranean scrub and an oak grove. On the right there is also a wide garage next to a covered wood shed.
The ground floor has an entrance from the veranda; it is composed of a large lounge with fireplace made of pink marbel of Portugal, a study with sliding doors, a guest bathroom with an anteroom with built-in closet. The kitchen is large and has access on the back garden. All the ground floor is covered with red Calvetro cotto tiles.
There is a durmast staircase that leads to the first floor, next to the lounge. The floor is made of parquet of aged African tree parquet, except for the bathrooms. It has a guest bedroom with trapezoidal glasses, a ceramic bathroom with bath tub and shower, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom. In front of the bedroom there is another guest bedroom with fireplace and a mezzanine room with view on the lounge.
All the house is protected by gratings; the window fixtures are made of durmast; the shutters are insulated and connected with the anti-theft device.
The villa has also a service area, going down two steps, that is composed of a boiler room, two rooms and a bathroom.
It is situated on a hill (Lavinio Monte) next to the property of the Count Baudi di Selve (son of the princess Borghese) with a huge pine grove and greenery with the sea on the background, 800 metres far.
The railway station of Padiglione is 1.5 km far, as the crow flies. It was renovated for the connections with the capital.
Leaving via Pascoli, you can admire a suggestive panorama in the morning and marvellous sunsets.
The lighting of the interiors and the exteriors is entirely made of led light,so it means a significant energy saving.
It takes only 30 minutes by car to reach the airport, 35minutes to the station of Rome Termini and 35 minutes to the Great Ring Road that connects the entire city.